I don't like the idea of a price reduction just for the heck of it. Too many agents toss these around without really having any strategy. There needs to be a fact-based reason for it - and the reduction amount should have a purpose. Have other condos sold around you recently? How much did they get and how long were they on the market? What data did your agent use to come up with the initial price and why does your agent believe that list price was wrong now?
Here's one thing that pops into my head: A condo is more likely to appeal to a single person or couple without kids (which I think you get). Your current photos scream KIDS even though I can see that you've made a major effort to be tidy. You might want to consider re-doing a few of them.
Your kids' room has a ton of toys even if they're neat. I'd take the vast majority of those out for picture reasons.
The office space is also neat but very cluttered. I'd take a new pic with the pile of shoes and the desk's contents removed.
I'm betting not but if there's a way to photograph the master without the crib, that might help too.
One of the photos has a bouncer reflected in a mirror.